Mother an 'inspiration' after crash left her paralysed and away from her children for 8 months
A mother who was left paralysed after a horrific car accident and kept apart from her children for eight months has been dubbed an 'inspiration' by her uncle.
Natalie Westmore, 30, was a passenger in a car on September 23, 2016 which was involved in an accident near Whisby, Lincoln resulting in her being paralysed.
Natalie from Hykeham, who was a carer, suffered a break to her spine and was told by medics that she would never walk again. Subsequently, Nat spent eight months in Sheffield Spinal Unit separated from her three young sons Koby, Denli and Marley and has only recently been allowed... read more
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